Ireland vs Wales rugby: TV channel, live stream FREE, teams and kick-off time for Autumn Nations Cup game – The Sun

Ireland vs Wales rugby: TV channel, live stream FREE, teams and kick-off time for Autumn Nations Cup game – The Sun

IRELAND take on Wales two weeks after missing out on the Six Nations title as they look to win the inaugural Autumn Nations Cup.

The Irish could have won the Six Nations if they'd beaten France away by six points, however they ultimately ended up going down 35-27.

Wales meanwhile are looking to bounce back from a 14-10 defeat at home to Scotland which saw them finish a disappointing fifth place in the Six Nations.

What time does Ireland vs Wales kick off?

  • Ireland vs Wales takes place on Friday, November 13 – TONIGHT.
  • Kick-off is at 7pm UK time.
  • The match takes place behind closed doors at the Aviva Stadium.
  • England and Georgia are the other teams in this group with the group winner to go through to the final.

What TV channel is Ireland vs Wales on and can I live stream it?

  • Ireland vs Wales is live on Channel 4.
  • Coverage commences at 6.30pm – half an hour before kick-off.
  • To stream the game live, simply make an account on the Channel 4 website.
  • RTE has the rights to the Autumn Nations Cup in Ireland.

Can I watch Ireland vs Wales for free?

  • Channel 4 and RTE are both FREE for viewers in their respective countries.

Team news

Wales: Leigh Halfpenny; Liam Williams, Jonathan Davies, Owen Watkin, Josh Adams; Dan Biggar, Gareth Davies; Rhys Carre, Ryan Elias, Tomas Francis, Will Rowlands, Alun Wyn Jones (capt), Shane Lewis-Hughes, Justin Tipuric, Taulupe Faletau.

Replacements: Elliot Dee, Wyn Jones, Samson Lee, Jake Ball, Aaron Wainwright, Lloyd Williams, Callum Sheedy, George North.

Ireland: Jacob Stockdale; Hugo Keenan, Chris Farrell, Robbie Henshaw, James Lowe; Johnny Sexton (capt), Jamison Gibson-Park; Cian Healy, Rónan Kelleher, Andrew Porter; Iain Henderson, James Ryan; Peter O’Mahony, Josh van der Flier, Caelan Doris.

Replacements: Rob Heffernan, Ed Byrne, Finlay Bealham, Quinn Roux, Will Connors, Conor Murray, Billy Burns, Keith Earls.

Latest odds

Ireland 1/4

Draw 25/1

Wales 3/1

*Odds from Ladbrokes correct as of Tuesday, November 10

  • Giacomo Pisa


    The visitors have these names in the dugout tonight.

    16 Dee, 17 Jones, 18 Lee, 19 Ball, 20 Wainwright, 21 Williams, 22 Sheedy, 23 North

  • Giacomo Pisa


    These are the options off the bench for Ireland in this evenings Autumn Nations Cup game.

    16 Heffernan, 17 Byrne, 18 Bealham, 19 Beirne, 20 Connors, 21 Murray, 22 Burns, 23 Earls

  • Giacomo Pisa


    Here's a look at how the visitors line up.

    1 Carré, 2 Elias, 3 Francis, 4 Rowlands, Jones, 6 Lewis-Hughes, 7 Tipuric, 8 Faletau, 9 Davies, 10 Biggar, 11 Adams, 12 Watkins, 13 Davies, 14 Williams, 15 Halfpenny

  • Giacomo Pisa


    Some breaking team news from Dublin.

    Iain Henderson and Jacob Stockdale have been ruled out of tonight's game, with Quinn Roux and Andrew Conway replacing them in the side.

    1 Healy, 2 Kelleher, 3 Porter, 4 Roux, 5 Ryan, 6 O’Mahony, 7 Van der Flier, 8 Doris, 9 Gibson Park, 10 Sexton, 12 Henshaw, 11 Lowe, 13 Farrell, 14 Conway, 15 Keenan

  • Giacomo Pisa


    Welcome to our live blog of Ireland vs Wales in the Autumn Nations Cup.

    Both sides are looking to put a disappointing end to their Six Nations campaigns behind them, and win the inaugural game of the Autumn Nations Cup.

    Wales finished the 2020 Six Nations in fifth place, winning just one game from five, while Ireland missed out on the chance to be Six Nations Champions after defeat in Paris on the final day of the tournament.

    An Ireland victory by six points or more would have seen them crowned Champions in Paris two weeks ago, but they went down 35-27 at the Stade de France.

    Despite losing 14-10 to Scotland in their final Six Nations game, Wales have named the same team tonight that was originally named for that fixture.

    The Autumn Nations Cup is a new tournament that gets underway this evening in Dublin, compromising of eight teams, split in to two pools of four.

    England and Georgia are the other teams in Pool A with Ireland and Wales, while Italy, France, Scotland and Fiji make up Pool B.

    After playing each nation in their pool, the teams that finish first, second, third and fourth will then play against each other in December to decide the tournament winner.

    Kick off in Dublin tonight is at 7pm, and the team news will follow shortly.

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